Causes of the Cold War
The Cold War occurred during a time of rebuilding for Europe. It
characterized international relations and dominated the foreign policies of Europe. It affected all of Europe and determined lasting alliances. The Cold War was caused by the social climate and tension in Europe at the end of World War II and by the increasing power struggles between the Soviet Union. Economic separation between the Soviets and the west also
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Cuban Missle Crisis where the Soviet Union planted nuclear missiles at the United States from Cuba for a time.
The Cold War was brought about by many factors caused at the end of World War II. The idealogical differences, economic barriers,political and military alliances, and nuclear weapons all contributed to creating the Cold War. These differences caused the mounting tension between the Soviet Union and the west at the end of World War II.